Alright, so I'm going to the Death to All tour this summer, to the NYC date, which is a 2 hour drive from where I live. The show starts at 7pm. I'm not old enough yet to drive by myself, so my friend who is, is going to to drive. He has a summer job though and doesn't get out of work till 5pm. Additionally, he's never driven in a big city before, so he's just gonna drive to the NYC outskirts and we're going to ride the subway into the venue. I figure that'll take like 45 minutes. So the 2 hour drive plus 45 minute subway ride to Manhattan wouldn't get us there until 7:45pm, 45 minutes after the show starts. My friend isn't willing to lie to get out of work early. He works as a lifeguard at a pool in the same town that him and I live in. He's the only friend who likes this type of music and is old enough to drive me? How can we get to the show by 7pm without him having to lie to his boss? By the way, I live in Connecticut.
This is quite a dilemma. Exactly where in CT are you? That would give me a better idea of what you're dealing with. Are you saying it's a 2 hour drive without traffic? This show is on a week night. If you're talking about just leaving at 5pm, that's rush hour. You could be dealing with some heavy heavy duty traffic. I"m not sure where you intend to park in NY, but that may take a lot of time too. It's very hard to predict how the drive will go, but I think you're being very unrealistic if you think you're gonna get into the place by 7:45. Unless you figured in the traffic when you said it was 2 hours away. I'm assuming you've thought about metro north and taking the train in? I don't know where the closet station is to you or how long the train ride is. I've lived in NY my whole life, and I always drive to CT, NJ, PA and all the surrounding states for concerts, but I"ve never driven into NYC and never will. Luckily I have the long island railroad so I don't have to. Sorry but it's sounding like the dude needs to get off work before 3pm for this to work out. Unless metro north can be an option. But again, it'd help if I knew what town you're in in CT.